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Sunny Side up ☀️

A delightful book for children, using clever die-cuts and flaps to show how looking at the world 🌍 in a positive way can turn grumpy moments into happy ones 😊 

perfect for exploring feelings.

Bravery Grows 🌳 

This book shares the journey of a child tackling anxiety. With love and support from her parents, she learns strategies to boost her confidence in various situations. Ideal for children learning to build their brave muscles and overcome challenges, one step at a time.

Up and down mum ⬆️ 
A helpful resource for children growing up with a parent with bipolar disorder. It provides clear information on the cause of bipolar disorder, offering understanding and support for children navigating life’s emotional rollercoaster 🎢 


”Ish" is a delightful and inspiring picture book that celebrates the beauty of imperfection and creativity. Emphasising the joy of self-expression, it encourages readers to appreciate the 'ish' in art rather than pursuing perfection. A charming and empowering read for both children and adults, highlighting the wonderful adventure of creativity and its endless possibilities.

A Horse Called Now 🐴 

”A Horse Called Now" by Ruth Doyle and Alexandra Finkeldey (Nosy Crow, 2024) is a beautifully illustrated story where Horse, Rabbit, and Hen collaborate to conquer worries and embrace the present. This calm and reassuring tale teaches that not everything is as frightening as it may seem, offering a comforting message that feelings come and go, and nothing lasts forever.

The invisible 
“The Invisible" by Tom Percival (Simon & Schuster, 2021), from the author of Ruby's Worry, is a touching children's book emphasising kindness and empathy. Through Isabel's journey of feeling invisible, Percival's heartfelt narrative and expressive illustrations illustrate the transformative power of connection. This story beautifully reminds readers that everyone has a place and we all belong.